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Topic - Buffett
The Massachusetts textile mill that helped billionaire Warren Buffett launch his investment empire, but which he also called one of his biggest blunders, is being torn down.
OMAHA, NEB. | Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. said Wednesday that it is buying the Omaha World-Herald Co. and expanding the firm's newspaper holdings despite Mr. Buffett's misgivings about the industry.
"The World-Herald delivers solid profits and is one of the best-run newspapers in America, and we are pleased to have Terry Kroeger and his team join Berkshire Hathaway," Mr. Buffett said
Mr. Buffett told the World-Herald that Berkshire agreed to pay $150 million cash and assume $50 million in debt to acquire the newspaper he has been reading since he was a child.